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TOR SALE-Several 6 aero tracts of
land on tho P. & N. Railway, about
two and a haif mlics out. Fina and
level. Price right. Seo mo at once
If interested. Any one, black or
wbltr can buy. W. M. Walker.
VOR SALE-Agricultural Limo. Ap
ply now to your gerdeno at rato of
from ono to five ions per acre-it's
cheap and thero is not a garden in
Anderson but ''nat needs limo-it
will correct blight and swooten
your sour soil and make your fer
tilization readily available Phone
464, Furman Smith, Seedsman.
FOR SALE-Ono second hand ono
' horse wagon. W. L. 13 rio soy Lum
H)R SALE-Everything in the lins Ot
.'vron fruits that are In season:
pears, apples, bananas, grapes,
oranges, lemons, rocoanuts, nuts of
all kinds, and,candles that make
your mouth water, and at prices
(hut don't make you sick either. J.
CAUDLE tho Gasoline Man on the
corner, ot Main and Earlo Sta.,
wanta his friends and patrons to
: .know ; that t the paving work does
not Interfere with* hts gasoline
business. Caudle needs the business
.j and ls on the job at all times. '
FDR SALE-Two good young milch
.cows, - Furiiaan emith.,
FOR SALE-Fine white headed let
tuce, delivered any where in city.'
Phono 240. Mrs. J. W. Quatilebaum.
J 2-21-11. - , ,vi
WANTED-Poardoro, centrally locat
ed, North MoDufTie street Tels?
phev-e SOS. Mrs. T. K. Roper.
FOR RENT--Ten room house on acre
- lot two blocks from square, screen
ed throughout, iorgo screened sleep
. ing porch, ?aa ali 'conveniences,
water, . lights and goa. Bent rea
sonable. Apply to Mrs. TV. C. Plant,
?8 West Church St., rhone 440.
OUR COAL ls the kind that : trna all
up, leaving but a few asb?s. It la
economy to burn that kino at high
er price than the interior grade at
cheaper, price. ; Phone 182 to Wyatt
the Coal Man.
TO~TIIE MERCHANT TRADE-One
.?.'. car' cotton seed meal, cir- 8now
Drift irrigated wheat flour.. All
kinds horse, mule ?n? cow feeds, gee
G. B. Turner at P. & N. Depot
rlcTEWBJTER .-. REPAIRING-Best
. equipped . typewriter rebuild lng iu
the south. Factory experts, for all
inakeB michiuea, your hld machine
can bo made as good aa new for m
? small amount. C C. Dargan, Hub
bard Building. 10-20-20L
Eft PLACING your fire iacuranee re
member that Prank 4 Decamp
Realty Company reprenante only
strong, old line companies. Your
business will oe appreciated.
WE ARE PATING $88 per ton for cot
ton seed, selling hulls at $18.00 per
ton end will exchange 8 tons kulla
- for ! ton seed and 1 ton of cotton
Ec?? ni ? ii roi ion or E-?O?. ?IK??U
.V?.WjOod & Coal Co.
SSE TO The Luncheonette 'when
you aro hungry. Wo cook anything
. that ia in Kennon, and wo cook li
right ABk tho man who eats boro.
Short orders servad Quickly. Oya
, v- tsvs any style, IWwrt door to Union
? ~r ' WANTS .
CANTED-A good- farm for ono of
ou? customers. If you have a farm
? : for salo wo wlli bo glad to consider
it Linley & dutson, (Jno, Linley
W. B. Watson.) .,..'.'"'
TYPEWRITERS-Have Just received
.a supply Of New L. C. Smith No, 8
machines. These machines aro the
last word in Typewriter cokrarjUS>'
tlon combining the best features of
all the other m/v^es vrith practically
nolslcaa operation. Will be glad to
. ?ulke ? d?monstration in your of
fice. .. C. C. meg'^, Agent, Second
Floor, Hubbard Building.
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SONES, TO LEND-A lew huralred
dollar* to t placo i on mortgage : of
: farxai jproperty. Greens & ESar?e,'. ."?
I PROFESSIONAL J
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W. Y. QUARLES
Office: Over Watson Drug Store]
Iva, S. C.
? ..-. >...
Quattlebaum & Cochran |
Have Moved Their Office to
THE BROWN BUILDING
Over the Dime Saving? Back
Dr. HENRY R. WELLS
Office F. & M. BuIIdtag
Oi??c 527-Phosss--S55?5SEC?S SS
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Office 304-6-6 Bleckley Building,
.tfico Phono 429 R?sidence Phone 14?
hisholna. Trowbridge A Sage?
+*w Theatre Bsildfes*
* W&tnn* S*
GADSDEN SA YR?
.or. 408 Bleekley BsOdfef
Anderson, S. C
Recommended for Croup.
Coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness,
inflamed thront, bronchial troubles or
soro cheat are ..relieved . hy Foley's
Honey and Tar which opens stopped
air passages, soothes and heals. In
flamed surface:!, and restores normal
breathing. W. C. Allon, Boseley, Mo.,
says:: "I have raised a family of
four children and used Foley's Honey
and Tar ,with all ot' them, I find it
tho best cough and croup medicine I
ever used. I ussd it for eight or ten
years and can recommend it for]
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LOST-At Iva Saturday, night one
Hamilton double caso gold watch.)
; Notify Frank Bell. Iva Route 2.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON DEAD
Two memorial editions of his lite;
one written hy Doctor Washington
himself, price 81.25'; ono by Fred
erick E. Drinker, price 91. Each a
Complete story of his life. Our
books contain a full. report of his
sickness, death, burial and memor
ial exercises hold et Tuskegee
Sunday, Dec. 12. We are in center
ox South. .Caa gel books io you
instantly hy express prepaid. Cred
it given. Beautiful outfits that get
tho business. Agents wanted, or.
dor outfit of your choice each fifteen
cents or both thirty cents. R, L.
Phillips Publishing Co., Atlanta,
The annual meeting ot the Stock
holders ot The Bank of Anderson.
Anderson, 8. C., will bo held at it's
Banking House on Tuesday, January
?, 1910 at noon.
P. H. CllnkEcales,
B. P. Maulduv Cashier.
Strong an a Well, as Ever.
Fred Smith? 325 Main .St., .Oreen
r, Wis., says: "? suffered a long
Pills completely relieved me
soreness and pain and X now
and well ss evar." Winter
.vales syrup toron ot kidney
Washington, Dec. 20.-Further ar
gument? and statistics in support of
Great Britain's denial of etateraenta
that her merchants aro profiting by
iirltiBh war restrictions upon com
merce at tho exponBO of American
trade have boen submitted to the state
department by the (British embassy in
a memorandum, whio'i waB made
public today with a letter of trans
mittal to Scretary Lansing from Slr
Cecil Spring-TUce, tho ambassador.
Th? memorandum, which is supple
mentary to a noto on tho same sub
ject handed Ambassador Page last
summer by the London foreign office,
reiterates the assertion that Increases
In British trade with neutral coun
tries ftave been infinitesimal compar
ed with tlie growth of Bimllar Ameri
can trade. It draws particular at
tention to figures showing that the
ncrnane In osports from the pct o?
Now York to the Scandinavian couu
Tles during the first thirteen months
it tho war exactly balanced tho fall
ing off of N?w York's exports to Ger
A report of t/'.ie secretary of the
treasury is quoted to prove that the
war has improved rather than Injur
Icd American commerce.
I Tho ambassador'a lc'.ter follows:
("Dear Mr. Secretary:
j "Statements nave, been widely cir
culated In this country to the effect
that tho*trade of the United States
"aaa greatly suffered owing to fae re
otrictlvo measures taken by the allies
against Gorman commerce and more
especially that British merchants and
shippers are profiting greatly by the
war measurer, of th eBrltlsh govern
ment to the detriment of American
"AB theso statements scorn to be
largely baaed upon a report emanat
ing from au ofheor of vour depart
ment who had not cad access to the
j ofllcial statistics of tho United States
I government, I think lt may be useful,
! in the. Interest of a fair and Just np
? predation o' the facts (which I am
sure la your object) If I endoso a
! memorandum on the subject of those
1 assertions wbtch ls supplementary to
Chat already communicated to you by
"It ts not to bo oxpected t\mt tho
United Staten Bhouid be wholly un
touched by. euch a world calamity as
the present war, and in the case of.
the American civil war lt will be in*
your recollection that the immediate
effect on France and England waa
ah ' ' unparalleled - industrial crisis
which resulted in untold suffering to
the working classe*, of those coun
tries, hundreds Of thousands being
rendered absolutely destitute. It is
satisfactory to note from tho recent
ly published report ot the secretary
ot the treasury, that wholly apart
from war orders, the industrial .sit
uation in this country is on a firm,
steady and healthy boals i
"Witfc regard to the specific* accus
ation against my Government that
w?lle American trade with neutral'
countries has been diminished. Brit
ish merchants have profited by the
war measures to increase their ex
port trade, I beg to recommend . to
your notice the figures given in the
accompanying report, based -on the
ofllcial returns ot American trade
published by your government. You
wilt see that weite British trade
which has Buffered greatly in . its
general volume has increased to ?
slight extent In certain branches,
American trade has increased to a
vastly greater extent.
"It may be apposite to point out
that British trade does not compete
with American trade In the neutral
countries of Europe, as tho products
of America, - sent to t'jose countries
aro of a wholly different nature from
those exported from Great Britain.
.- "in some cases, which ere explain
ed in datait la the memorandum .there
has been sin increase ot the exports
from En eland .hut' tho amount In^
volved ^ss been Infinitesimal as com
pared 'with the volume pf American
trade 4n the same articles, and the
increase ot tho exports from England
ls explained by accidental causes
which Involved ho loss tb the Amer
ican exporter. I need only, mention
the case of cotton. The export-from
.England of American cotton increas
ed during tho first coven months of
the year by 114,000 bales,.largely ow
ing to cotton which was purchased
hy too British government in conse
quence Of misapprehension as to'tho
ownership and released to the Swed
ish consignees. In the s*?ie months
the total exports from America in
erc?f-rd fey S,o55,?00 li??cc.
"I trust that "it "wilt not be found
amiss that I ask your consideration
ot the enclosed memorandum' which
is not communicated In a controver
sial epirlt, but merely tn order to
correct ?a impression walch appears
to have arisen from an imperfect ap
preciation of tho facts;
MI need' only add in conclusion that
tt there comes, to the knowledge -ct
your department any specific Instance
in which tho British government haN
made, use of . their restrictivo trade
measures tor the purpono of unfairly
distrimlnatlng betwenn British ? and
American; trade, yon will or In g the
fUcts to ina knowledge ot a 'govern
ment in ord er*that they may causo an
enquiry and remedy and injustice.
"I am, dear Mr. Secretary,
The memorandum In nari, folio
-.-?The attention of lila Britannic
Jeaty's embassy has been drawn to
report by the United States consul
fenwai tn : London . on ? tho aub
trade in July, which was published
commerce report no. 203 ot Ai
SOth cad the substance of which
widely reproduced in the .press.
"In tho. course of this ; report f??r
Skinner ?tates.aa follows!
; flt continu?? td he the case;
many classes cf goods, tho '.expo
tSH PR?Flt ^
I tion of which frostt^Uie United States
to neutral countries is attended with.
! great difllculties . and hazards, are,,
going forward freely from Ore&t Bri
tain to tho same count .inn, and in
some cases in Itt-^gely incr?ased quan
"The idea that British trade is tak
ing advantngo of tho conditions aris
ing out of the military situation in
order to establish Itself in neutral
markets at the expense of American'
trado is ono that has already been
submitted by the United StateB con
sul-general in london in a previous
report, and Slr .Edward Grey, In u
noto to Mr. Page dated AuguBt 13th
la?t, endeavored to show that' -t?e
idea was founded; upon a misappre
hension of the facts. Tho sentence
quoted above, however, and the pub
licity given lt in the American presa
and to Gie figures adduced to support
it, render a further explanation de
"While Brititih export trade has
undergone a uniform docroaao in
practically all articles, t>'io published
figures of the United States, In spite
of lack of shipping, Gie complete dis
location ot normal conditions ol
commerce and Gie measures taken by
tho allied powers to restrict the trade
of then- enemies, and quite apart
from tho export of actual munitions
of war, bas Increased to a phenomen
al extent, and this, not only in sup:
plying tho requirements of certain ol
br.o belligerent nations but in general
trade with the very countries from
whoso markets it has been claimed
that Great- Britain j was endeavoring
to exclude American products. Qi
tho other hand BrlUsh track hat
probably suffered more from tbe cm
barre?os on exports imposed owing tr
tho necessities of war. by tho British
government than bas United State::
trade from the measures itt Tostri?*
tion of neutral trade With the o nemie:
of Great Britain.
"Apart from Gils unprecedented
volume of exporte,' American'.'indutf
try, which before -Gio outbreak of tut
war had been suffering for over \t
year from general j and widespread
depression, Sias during-tho period o!
hostilities realized another benefit;
the reduction in exports from'the bel
ligerent countries has supplied;' 4h<
opportunity for . American industry I
to replace-European'products'in th?
markets of South, and Central Ameri
ca, Gie fur east and oven in ne ut ri 1
European countries," eo thal the prac
tical- cessation of?db^ct^tPa#c wit!
Germany, A?strl?VH?ng?fy,' Belgian
and Turkey is moro t 's an compensat
ed by the opening'Bp 'bf Pew . mar
kets. ,?;' '!.
"The secretary of5'the. treasury ir
his roport for -tho year ending JurH
30, 1916, which has just, been publish
ed says: 'What extr?i?rdinary>jres?l&
have Peen achieved- ip-j?e brief perici
since December.,101*:r Daring/.-'- tts
year there has been '^st?ady, health^
forward movement irv every U?o ?
activity, until now ,rprbsperity b&
been established throughout tin
country.* Prom all .-points of viet
therefore lt 'appoard -tlist the K'S
ropean war hus proved rather bene
fie I al 'than otherwise to Amor S can
trade and industry/', .while any e?g
gestion Ga at Great Britain IS; ot
tempting to upe, Uia^milftary. >Uu$
tion tor Gie purpose:a?Ej hamperinj
American trado' ls' utttery' refuted b;
the actual facta j and figures. , '.
"Among Gie British producta . al
articles ahow a decrease In the tota
quantity exported with the ' few un
important' exceptions of malt, rice
lard, cocoanut oil and palm oil. fi
"Apy increase th IBriUPit export
of cotton and woolen, goods to th es
(Scandinavian) - countries and to th1
al I tea of Great Britain la' largely du
to Gio fact Gist; the. French and Bel
gian tex tilo Industry districts rm
in German occupation while the out
put of Gie German industry itself 1
considerably curtailed by bao lack o
labour for other Gian- war. industries
t h e s o countries have Gio ref ore h#
creased their importa 'from tibie near
est available source /which ia Gi
; Thon, tables are givop showlp
feat exporta from New York 'o?No?
way, Sweden and Drmrnark during th,
first: thirteen months bf< the -war. la
creased |84;2?6,?6ft. 4w?.;the , san^
period a ye. r before, while export
to Germany dicreased^t.OlS.QSt, jtj
this connection a cothmeiba,report ?
Gie -United States IS quoted as sayln
that customs, Tetuvn? of tho Scan
d Sn av ian countries : al 1" ?how : a small
er volume of imports, from Amoric
since tho war. bogan, Toe mcmc
riUt?iHU coa ?in-ss;
?.Now if Gie c?stcflocm ..eturn? o
Norway, Sweden and;-Denmark abai
have decreased since the war, *whll
tttej 'oulclal returns' o'- tho Unite
States : depar tm ?r. t t-f > c,omroarce"'' ?hoi
on . the ot .er hand.iiWt;-Giey^ hav
enoimously ? increased, it: BS^^^'W
Gmate, la the ao??noe#S\$hy ethe
explanation, to assume-.that^JCM
?d>- States .,tt?^'^^^J^#
amount'of gooda''-shipped;irom , th
tufted Staten - to ttov^ea^lwwia
countries and that the Cttatoni^pfti
urea, of - tho' Scanllnavlan cou&tric
represent t)hat ptopx>^oa-.ot Voe ?oo?J
exported '/rom Gie'..? ?ErHed WiU
which p&i-i ??ty --jrw^f^w
Sr consumption in ;thbs* countrie
ed from^Ihitttd tst?*?5^S^
arri vii tn thi<>VrdhdItmvlSn countrie
were reshipped largely XJermaaj
?Mi?)'; fact ' "thet - th4? -4p^?t>e^'iri ehl?
menta ?from .M^jM't-itoK?M
awoden and Deamoy?c during / ?
?rat 18 i*mmM'^ry^;W^
balancee the decrease..ta ehtpmeats 1
Geriaaay during the same Sf?^?t^
extremely signifie ant. ' ' .
>-; rTfc*lta?r?ft o^ote? above fro?,ti
bfftetsl reports pf ??$*rtaant 4
ta amerce ^nciusiv-eiy:.fisov* tMt *?
expert trodo of tbs Ontted 'SUtos tu
cot suffored from tho inevitable re
strictions on neutral commerce de
rived from, the state of war, and that
there is no vestige of foundation for
I tba insinuo .ion that Great Britain
has taken advantago of war coa di-j
?ions and of the measures n?cessit?t
?od by military considerations, in or-)
I der to increase British exports "to
neutral countries at the expense of |
For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrates and Hca!a.
Stopo Pain At Once
For Man and Beast
25c50c$I. At All Dealer?.
WILL RECEIVE FUNDS
SUPT. FELTON IS ADVISED
OF D?3THIEUTION OF
Seven High Schools W?l Be Bene
: 'iBtV.'' ?'???-. <*??-.:m??'i.'i i?sir?-''.'* .''-.&?
UIH.U wy ?uta invmgr aiviu
the State Department.
:. J. B. -Pelton, county - superinten
dent bf education, yesterday morning
received a. letter from- Mr. J. E.
Swearingen, state . Bupen?'cenden'i,
stating, that seven high schools '.inj
Anderson county'would abare In the
;<:hd'of $1,48?. which ?has . been ^ r?-,
C?ivpd 'County e'lTreasur^r^.iy^leih?a'
from -the -state department "ol- educa
Tho division was made an follows:
Belton.... .... ...... .. ..$.212.00
Total', ... ... .... ... .$1,482.00 j
Thia money is now available. 1
? i.' A iiii II " ? ? r V' ? nf
%? . - Augusta, Ga. ; ?. V.
i ^To and From the ?
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Wm'-:? '? At?v&?i
No, 2i.i. .4t:f5</jpi
Nb. S . . . 3#P, M.
A Personal Announcement
for Holiday Buying
Wo have concentrated every effort and succeeded in getting to
gether as formidable a stock of merchandise aa can bo found.
An unusual variety, eplendid assortment of a ly lou, most desirable
Qualities, stand out consplcuouly and warrant calling to your atten
tion our attractive stock of
Diamonds SHrerwnre Leather Goods
Watches " Flatware Umbrellas
Jewelry Hollowware Brushes
Clocks Glassware . Specialties '
Our linos are all reliable and it will be our endeavor to ploase you.
Marchhanks & Babb
THIRTY PER CENT PROFIT ON SPECULATION
EVEN GREATER PROFIT
.' -.' ? v-i-JlZ .v, ? .. '*>_,?'
We have a single tract of approximately 850/ acres of rich, Chatta
hoochee river bottom land, situated In '.Stewart- county Georgia, within
twenty flvs miles of Columbus, which wo will Bell for SEVENTY per cent
of what edjacant farm lands aro Belling for no.,-. V
Of>this entire plantation, there is one portion of about 300 acres which
we would sell separately. Cf this smaller fr?ct. there aro 120 acreB
cleared, and under cultivation now; the balance-about 180 acres, ls in
woodland. On the entire plantation there are fifteen tenant houses,
barns and necessary outbuildings, and one large eight room dwelling
houso. The Seaboard Airline railroad runs ' through! this piece, and
there ls a sidetrack on the farm. There are 40 acres of nut bearing
Pecan trees on the plantation at present
This ls a very desirable plantation, and to a practical farmer ot grit,
determination, some meant;; and who ls not afraid of the work necessary
in tho management of such a plantation, this offers tho opportunity ot
a lifetime. ', ?
Our only reason for offering this magnificent plantation at such ? tre
mendous G o cr I nco is strictly a personal one, and we will give it'to all in
terested parties, privately. '-' V. M '?< ? ?>?'? . .
We will pay the expense of a trip to Stewart comity it tho investiga
tor, or his backer?, buy the tract of land or any part of lt.
, There are quite a few Anderson county people living in Stewart
county Ga. now.
Address "Stewart County, Ga."
Care The Intelligencer. Anderson, S. C.
Fruits. Nuts, Candies, Etc.
Here, voa will find us amply prepared to take care of
your .every want in fancy and staple groceries, fruits, nats?
candles, etc., etc., and we certainly wiU appreciate your or
ders. Among the many nice things to eat which we have
prepared for you are:
Cranges at 15c, 20c and 25c per doz., <n t2.50 and $2.75
.^RenbQx,...:. . i,_;" ....... ;. '
?Apples m-all.varieties afc'iper.peck and#ip<,?>?>> ,-.%>>.?40c
Nuts of all kinds at, per tb ..... . ... >.............26c
' Also shelled huts bf "all kinds.
:. W? Jiave. .a. splendid.-assortment:Qf^fi"kinds pf ?anjje?,?.
and all PURE. ' ":- ."'- ? .
Rest Chocolates at only,; per lt?,
Pe?put Gandy at, per fb ........ ......
Stick Candy, by th? b?x at...........
Fruit Cakes in all sizes from i to 5 , tb at,
.'. Minerva Fruit-Cakes.............
?Celery, this Christmas will be fine, at om;
-. -'.for; ....... ;.......... ...
Cranberries, 2 quarts for.......
Malaga Grapes at, per tb............
Dates at, per package...............
Layer Raisins, 2 tbs for.-.. .. .'. .......
The BEST ?heese on Earth at, per lb .;..
Best Macaroni at, 2 tbs for.... ........
Olive Zest, per jar . .v.. .. .
Antler Brand of Washed Figs, per tb ... .
Mince Meat, (condensed), per package..
; Heinz's Mince Meat, per can..........
Coeoanuts, Guaranteed good, each.. .
..... .. .$2.40
\ IS cents,' or two
.. . -.'.'.25c
...... , ,..2Sc
...J.... v . ?15c
-. ..... .10*
: . ^Phorie471 . ?
; - North Mah?, Next Doer- to Cimm^/?T Comarca.
j? :VV. .
J ,Wo have now ten minion cabbage^lahts on hand ready for sniomant' ?.
? Our plant* are grown close to the S??Co?at; nv the open air, and our
a ?ced are, grown by tho.very best seedsnaari. pn Long Island. N. Y. , 1
IFTELD> '?THE ciUSX^STO^W
^?Pw"PLAT BUTCH.** V- ' >-V
Our prices ar?: In lots from 1 to 5 thousand 81.00 per thousand, S
thousand andover 75cu?vuer thousand P. o: B, here cash with order. ,WO
.wat tindee you a special price pa larger orders.
,: Olva us your order, and we will ship yon plantsthe* Still''glTS-y^'fhi?^
yetyjhestgssults. Yoursvery truly, . . ;
% .THE PIANT CO., Me^tg^^C '